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While in school, stereotypes can directly affect you without you knowing they are.
Stereotypes, or generalizations, about a person can lead them to be bad, or in turn, actually behave that way.
When students begin to behave badly, their actions can persist and grow worse.
In this slide i begin to explain how stereotypes make people feel a certain way, and how they deteriorate a child's learning ability in the class room.
Because a student continues to behave badly, they a believed to always behave badly.
In this slide, i explain how a student feeling bad and not as good as others, i.e a stereotype or generalization about them, can lead them to actually behave that way.
While students are placed in the pipeline, it is always believed that the student will commit crimes and go to prison simply based on their past behavior.
In this slide, I explain how a student behaving badly at one point in time can persist on, and their school work and grades will begin to fall.
In this slide, i explain how a students concurrent bad behavior has already stereo-typically placed them in the school-to-prison pipeline.
In this slide, I explain how once they are placed in that pipeline, the system gives up on them and they are no longer assisted.
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